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Ecommerce Flash-Sales Site Clearance.co Generates $2.1 Million in Revenue in 2013

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwired - May 20, 2014) - Los Angeles based ecommerce startup Clearance.co, a wholly owned subsidiary of Development Capital Group, Inc. (OTCQB: DLPM), generated $2.1 million in revenue from its inception in April 2013 to December 2013, generating over $150,000 on Cyber Monday alone.

The flash­sales site sells personal goods such as clothing, accessories, electronics, and home furnishings to over 550,000 users, and is on target to reach $10 million in revenue for 2014.

Founder and CEO, Shahbod Rastegar, said: "In a multi­billion dollar industry, Clearance.co has a proven business model and a loyal and rapidly growing customer base."

"Our ability to acquire and convert users into paying customers combined with our understanding of customer service is a winning recipe for success."

Clearance.co has raised a total of $803k investment, which is a relatively small amount compared to the cumulative millions raised by its competitors.

About Clearance:

Clearance.co is revolutionizing the shopping experience by bringing customers the finest quality, the best selection, the best service, and the lowest priced merchandise. Working directly with Manufactures and Distributors, Clearance is the premier online destination for closeout and clearance products.

Clearance.co is headquartered in Los Angeles, California.

About Development Capital Group:

Development Capital Group, Inc. (OTCQB: DLPM) invests in and develops businesses and technologies with significant potential for growth and customer acquisition. Analyzing market trends and looking for opportunities to leverage in­depth understanding of technologies to create efficiencies for under­serviced sectors. DLPM's mandate is to execute with businesses or teams that have proprietary tools or intellectual property but require funding and business development to grow the business and market share.

Development Capital Group recently announced its acquisition of Clearance.co, one of the fastest growing startup ecommerce websites in the world, acquired for approximately USD 40 million in an all­stock transaction.

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